JUROREN

Prof. Roberto Domingos


Since 1993, professor at Karlsruhe’s University of Music, Roberto Domingos gives seminars and master classes in and outside of Germany. He is regularly invited as juror to various piano competitions. Many of his students successfully participate in national and international music events.

Prof. Till Engel


Since 1975, professor of piano at the Folkwang University, Essen, Till Engel regularly gives master classes at home and abroad as well as participating in competition juries. Since 2011, he is chairman of the board of trustees of the German Schubert Society. Concert tours, radio and television recordings have brought him to numerous locations in North America, China and throughout Europe.

Prof. Marlies Jacob


Since October, 2001, professor at the University of Music, Dresden, Marlies Jacob was also (2007-2016) the Artistic Director of the State School of Music of Saxony.

Ulrich Meining


Since 2000, lecturer in piano at the Wiesbadener Musikakademie and the Mannheim University of Music, Ulrich Meining is a visiting professor at Chonnam National University in South Korea and regularly holds master classes for piano and chamber music at Hanyang University, Seoul and Seoul National University. He is a very active performer at national and international music festivals.

Johannes Möller


Since 1991, lecturer in piano, piano methodology and chamber music at the Wiesbadener Musikakademie, Johannes Moller is frequently active as a soloist, chamber musician and song accompanist and has made numerous radio and concert recordings for Bavarian Radio, Southern German Radio and South West Radio.

Christoph Nielbock


Christoph Nielbock is the director of the Wiesbadener Musikakademie and the Wiesbadener Musik- & Kunstschule. He is Chairman of the Association of German Music Academies and Conservatories, and has served many years as a choral and orchestral conductor in Germany and abroad: As well as holding numerous master classes in China he is chairman of the competition "Jugend musiziert", region Wiesbaden.

Prof. Bernhard Wetz


Since 1984, professor at Frankfurt University of Music and Performing Arts (piano and piano methodology), Bernhard Wetz held the position of Rector as well as President of the Academy (1995 to1999). He is often engaged as a juror in various competitions. His master classes at the Soon-Shin University in Seoul, at the University of Rio in Rio de Janeiro and at the Tchaikovsky Conservatory in Moscow are especially recognised.

Dr. Ding Yang


Celebrated as an expressive interpreter and piano teacher, Ding Yang has won numerous prizes at piano competitions, including the International Liszt Competition in Los Angeles and the Cincinnati World Piano Competition. Yang Ding performs in the USA, Korea and China. He is a regular juror at piano competitions in Asia and America (Steinway International Piano Competition / US Open Piano Competition etc.). He is a lecturer at the Zhejiang Conservatory of Music in Hangzhou.

Junzi Yang


Pianist Junzi Yang is a board member of the Association for Early Musical Education.
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